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storewanderer wrote: ↑June 14th, 2020, 8:41 pm
If you don't need the item right away I suggest quarantining the item for a few days in your yard/patio or garage before bringing it in. No telling who has touched this stuff or sneezed/coughed on it. I shop late at night usually; no telling what happened in the previous 12 hours.
That's pretty much what I do. About the only thing I'll unpack in a relatively timely manner are perishables and frozen foods. The rest of it stays in the bags for about a week. Went to Dollar General last Monday and I'll be putting those items away later on today. These days, you have to presume EVERYTHING is suspect and act accordingly.